No clue what your talking about!
I never had that problem.
I don’t Choose my Pokémon.
My Pokémon Choose me!
I am reminded of a famous story in Pokémon XYZ.
The story is of Pokémon Legend and as all Legends go it starts at the Beginning!
There was a Professor named Sycamore.
Professor Sycamore raised Starting Pokémon.
Trainers from all over would go to him to select a starter Pokémon.
Among those Starting Pokémon was a Froakie, but this wasn’t an ordinary Froakie.
This Froakie was unusual.
Trainers came from far and wide to choose a Pokémon.
Some even chose the unusual Froakie has there starting Pokémon.
However, The unusual Froakie never listen to those trainers.
The unusual Froakie didn’t even acknowledge them as his trainer!
The unusual Froakie even ran away from them, until the trainers were forced to give the Froakie back to Professor Sycamore.
You see this Froakie didn’t run away for no reason!
In fact, The Froakie had a very good reason for running away!
You see this unusual Froakie looked deep with in each one of those trainers souls!
They all proved to be insufficient, weak, and unworthy of this Particular Froakie!
People began to think no trainer would be able to handle this Unusual Froakie, until 1 unusual day!
A boy walked in to get a Starting Pokémon, but this wasn’t an Ordinary Boy.
This boy was unusual!
He said he was from Pallet Town!
He said he was going to be a Pokémon Master!
The unusual boy I speak of was named Ash!
And so it was the Unusual Froakie met the Unusual Ash.
They starred at each other’s eyes!
They clasped there hands in unitity & friendship.
It was at that moment the Unusual Froakie choose to finally have a trainer!
An do you know what that Froakie did?
He rolled a Pokémon Ball over to Ash.
Acknowledging that only he could be his trainer!
An so it was written for all time!
A Folk story that became legend.
A similar thing happened to me with Gengar, but that I am afraid is a story of it own.
Edited by Player_Jay, 12 June 2018 - 02:50 AM.
It is said that if Gengar is hiding, it cools the area by nearly 10 degrees Fahrenheit.